Le paragraphe ci-dessous parle d’une généalogie indienne qui mentionne une migration hors de l’Inde conduite par une matriarche qui amena son peuple dans une contrée « d’îles et d’eau ». Son nom ? Dana….
Intéressant, non ?
« There are several strands of thought that haven’t been fully threshed out if one looks into the books of genealogies and mythologies of India regarding their dispersion as well. For example, the books of genealogies written down in the post-‘bardic’ eras, between 3,000 and 5,000 years ago, include several migrations out of India by various tribes. One of these was lead by a matriarch who brought her people to ‘islands and waters in the farthest north’ and her name was Dana, after which her tribe were referred to as the Danavas. Another tribe was sent away for following a ‘strange version of the religion’ and they were led out by the previous architect of the gods, whose name was Maya. They were sent ‘across the other side of the world’ and established a large kingdom, filled with marvellous architecture….just food for thought. There are many more examples of interest to the Druid community to be had. While I do not adhere to the evolution theories, tending to be a creationist in the pagan sense of the term and certainly believing in adaptation, I do believe since our creation we have travelled, intermingled, and re-acclimated as we did. »
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